⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ REVIEW: Rush by Deborah Bladon

Loved the chemistry between these two! This best friend’s little sister romance played out very differently than I expected – and I am completely okay with that. It’s essentially a strangers to lovers romance because these two have never met before. After crashing into each other’s lives in a big way, Case and Emma find themselves falling hard and fast. It’s sexy, light with touches of angst, and a much slower burn than I anticipated, which is definitely a good thing. I was hooked from the start; it’s completely devourable, reading quickly with never a dull moment.

The story follows Case, a software developer who flew to New York City to tie up a few loose ends in his life. He’s not in the city often, so he lets his best friend use his place. Expecting to walk into an empty apartment, Case is instead greeted by his best friend’s little sister, Emma. Since they’ve never met before, it’s quite the introduction. Broke and newly single, Emma came to the city to surprise her brother but now finds herself stuck with a near stranger. As the two share the apartment over the course of several days, they get to know each other a whole lot better. Though there’s obvious chemistry there, it’s complicated by the fact that neither one will be in the city for long.

I’m not sure how I expected this one to play out, but it constantly kept me on my toes. These two characters are both working through some issues in their lives, but the tone stays mostly light and sexy. You can definitely feel the attraction there and I was rooting for Case and Emma from the start. The author sets things up so that the story is a little mysterious and unpredictable, unraveling as we get to know these two better. It’s a slow burn to sizzle, getting steamy in the back half but still very much focusing on the emotional connection. I was completely engrossed, wanting to know how these two would be able to make things work. If I have one complaint it would be that the ending became unnecessarily complicated, but I enjoyed this one from start to finish.

Kindle Edition: https://amzn.to/3emjKb8

Amazon Paperback: https://amzn.to/2ZhDoAV


RUSH, a hot new standalone from New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, Deborah Bladon.

I met Case Abbott when I was stepping out of the shower.

I had a towel wrapped around me.

He had his phone in his hand ready to call the police.

I snuck into my brother’s Manhattan apartment so I could surprise him.

Except, I was the one who was surprised. Not only was my brother out of town, but he didn’t own the apartment.

His best friend, Case, did and he had plans for the night that didn’t include me.

After I packed up my things so I could check into a hotel, Case had a change of heart.

He told me I could stay in his guest room until my brother came back.

I should have been hurrying back to my life in Seattle.

Case was needed in California, where he lived most of the time.

But our attraction was undeniable.

The rush I felt when I was with him was addictive.

My gorgeous temporary roommate proposed that we cross the line with the mutual understanding that when my brother returned to New York, we’d go our separate ways.

We both knew there was a risk that someone would get hurt.

Neither of us could have predicted who that would be.


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